She Who Was King
Her wisdom and courage made her a great Egyptian ruler…but her passions were those of any woman.
Amid the glory and splendor of the Nile, Hatshepsut proclaimed herself Pharaoh, ruling over Upper and Lower Egypt. Challenged by intrigue and violence, by power-hungry harem women and clever, scheming priests, Hatshepsut ruled with wisdom, courage, and an indomitable spirit equal to any man’s.
But the tender depths of her woman’s soul belonged to one man, a man she could never marry, a man with whom she could only share sweet stolen nights that haunted all her days…